Sean Lock fans demand the release of his parody book – .

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Sean Lock fans demand the release of his parody book – .


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Sean Lock fans have called on publishers to release his parody book The Tiger Who Came For A Pint after his death earlier this week.

It was revealed on Wednesday that the beloved 8 out of 10 cat star has died aged 58 surrounded by family at home following a battle with cancer.

After an incredible wave of grief from fans, many said that a fantastic way to raise money for charity would be to publish a version of Sean’s comic book on Judith Kerr’s 1968 children’s book, The Tiger Who Came For Tea.

Unveiled: Sean Lock fans have called on publishers to release his parody book The Tiger Who Came For A Pint after his death earlier this week

Sean’s version of the story, which he revealed on 8 out of 10 cats among his other versions of children’s classics, involved a tiger wanting “a pint that packs a punch like Stella or Kronenbourg,” before chronicling of the evening.

During his account on the show, he said: “The tiger was thirsty and needed something to wash the zookeeper he had just eaten. He liked the atmosphere of Wetherspoons. Additionally, he was kicked out of the King’s Head for mutilating the darts team.

After running out of money, the tiger called a cab, with Sean continuing, “It took a while to get one because the first two drivers they sent out said, ‘Are you crazy?

“Finally, Pavel from Station Cars greeted him. The trip went well and, after many questions, the tiger said, “Look, for the last time, this is not a combination! “

Unbelievable: After an incredible wave of heartache from fans, many have said that a fantastic way to raise money for charity would be to publish a version of Sean's comic on Judith's 1968 children's book Kerr, The Tiger Who Came For Tea.

Unbelievable: After an incredible wave of heartache from fans, many have said that a fantastic way to raise money for charity would be to publish a version of Sean’s comic on Judith’s 1968 children’s book Kerr, The Tiger Who Came For Tea.

“Wetherspoons deputy manager George never saw the tiger or Station Cars driver Pavel again. The end.’

Shortly after the news of his death was announced, fans came up with the idea of ​​releasing the book, with many suggesting the idea of ​​charity.

Fans wrote: “Can @HarperCollinsCh post ‘The Tiger Who Came For A Pint” in memory of @TheSeanLock for cancer charity? I would definitely buy a copy and it would be a great way to raise money for cancer research in memory of a genius …

Happy Days: Sean's side of the story, which he revealed on 8 out of 10 cats among his other versions of children's classics, involved a tiger wanting

Happy Days: Sean’s side of the story, which he revealed on 8 out of 10 cats among his other versions of children’s classics, involved a tiger wanting “a pint that packs a punch like Stella or Kronenbourg,” before chronicle the evening

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The big reveal: During his account on the show, he said, “The tiger was thirsty and needed something to wash the zookeeper he just ate.  He liked the atmosphere of Wetherspoons.  In addition, he was kicked out of the King's Head for mutilating the darts team '

The big reveal: During his account on the show, he said, “The tiger was thirsty and needed something to wash the zookeeper he just ate. He liked the atmosphere of Wetherspoons. In addition, he was kicked out of the King’s Head for mutilating the darts team ‘

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